Altar-ed Giving
Fall-Advent 2020 Sermon Series

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God ALTERS our view of stewardship and generosity. He loosens our grip on things so that we can embrace His will and other people. God wants us to be transformed in this area of living to better reflect the life that is found IN CHRIST, who gave everything.  Our understanding of stewardship needs to stem from what Jesus (our Great High Priest) has done for us.

Altar-ed Giving: Altar-nate Plan for Giving
Sermon and scripture reading by Tom Hansen, Senior Pastor
Children's Sermon by Jason Emberger, Assistant Pastor of Student Ministries
Music by John Howard, Director of Music & Worship Arts 
November 22, 2020

Money, wealth and possessions impact just about every area of our lives.  It’s why Jesus felt the need to say, “Where our treasure is, there our hearts are also.”   In this week's message for the Sunday before Thanksgiving, we explore four words about God's Altar-nate Plan for Giving that are the same words Paul had for the Corinthians 2000 years ago.

This week, our Journey through the Bible takes us to the story of Ruth and Boaz with a focus on being kind to everyone.

2 Corinthians 9:6-15

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Altar-ed Giving: Altar-nate View of Giving
Sermon and scripture reading by Tom Hansen, Senior Pastor
Children's Sermon by Janet Young, Executive Director of Church-wide & Children's Ministries
Music by John Howard, Director of Music & Worship Arts 
November 15, 2020

This week’s message is about “Altar-ed Giving”. Talking about giving, spending, greed and can be awkward and unsettling.  It can inspire or scare off.   But, regardless of what it might do to us or in us, the Bible talks a lot about money and giving.  Join us as we look at what Paul says in his letter to the Corinthian believers about giving and the reason for our generous giving and living.

Stay tuned following the service for this week's Journey Through the Bible!

2 Corinthians 8:1-15

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